Terms weren’t announced in the sale of the Lakeland-based pharmacy benefits manager, but the Wall Street Journal said the company could be valued at $1 billion.
Young entrepreneurs created Born & Bread Bakehouse, A Cow Named MOO and The Poor Porker.
The change from a warehouse to a place of public assembly carries higher safety requirements, including a sprinkler system, fireproofing and electric system upgrades, city officials say. Founder Kimberly Wyant has 60 days to make the changes, which she says will cost $75,000, and she’s started a crowd-fund campaign to help.
Six months after vacating her art studio overlooking Lake Mirror, Kimberly Wyant is opening a much larger and interactive version of KRaP ART (938 E. Main St.) with a grand opening Saturday afternoon followed by an evening concert. In preparation, photographer David Dickey Jr. and I spent some time at Kimberly’s new digs and talked with her about her workspace, her background and her plans. More